New York Times, Tuesday, February 9, 1982

Author:Herb L. Risteen
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
Herb L. Risteen has 107 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Belgian city : MONS
5. Writing material : CHALK
10. Race section : LAP
13. Oahu word : ALOHA
15. Avian abode : AERIE
16. Novelist Levin : IRA
17. "Norwegian Folk-Songs" composer : EDVARDGRIEG
19. Large container : VAT
20. More arenose : SANDIER
21. Music to Jerry Lewis's ears : LAUGH
23. Wait upon : TEND
24. Incantation : SPELL
26. Tel Aviv family : BEGINS
29. Captures : CORRALS
31. Beauteous bird : EGRET
32. Farm animals : MULES
33. Alcott heroine : MEG
35. Periods : AGES
36. Tropical eel : MORAY
37. Letters : MAIL
38. Catch cod : NET
39. Less furnished : BARER
40. Ornamental plant : CANNA
41. Loiters : DALLIES
43. Criticized : PANNED
44. Urges on : GOADS
45. Turkish tribesman : DARD
46. Baking need : YEAST
48. Obstacle : BARRIER
51. Blunder : ERR
52. Hedda Gabler's creator : HENRIKIBSEN
56. Ad attachment : LIB
57. Water birds : ERNES
58. Dinsmore of fiction : ELSIE
59. Northern constellation : LEO
60. Frail : REEDY
61. Child's rhyme word : EENY
1. Ginnie or Fannie : MAE
2. Auto pioneer : OLDS
3. Brilliant star, at times : NOVA
4. Humble houses : SHANTIES
5. Cooped up : CAGED
6. Munich man's title : HERR
7. Onassis nickname : ARI
8. Be situated : LIE
9. Alley men : KEGLERS
10. Norwegian star : LIVULLMANN
11. "To ___ and a bone . . . ": Kipling : ARAG
12. Route : PATH
14. Keen : ARDENT
18. Repeats insistently : DINS
22. Winglike part : ALA
24. Type of heat : SOLAR
25. Quarry : PREY
26. Kind of bag or pole : BEAN
27. Incited, with "on" : EGGED
28. Swedish star, now a septuagenarian : GRETAGARBO
29. French men of the cloth : CURES
30. Stream around Notre Dame : SEINE
32. Customs : MORES
34. Bringing joy : GLAD
36. Hotel employee : MAID
37. Jawbone : MANDIBLE
39. Foolish talk : BLATHER
40. "Sister ___": Dreiser : CARRIE
42. Article used by Pedro : LOS
43. Frogner ___, in Oslo : PARK
45. Cyclist of songdom : DAISY
46. Outcry : YELL
47. Great Lakes port : ERIE
48. Trained : BRED
49. Being : ESSE
50. A homophone for reign : REIN
53. Sooner than, to Spenser : ERE
54. Helm letters : NNE
55. Napoleonic marshal : NEY

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